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Duncan and Toplis named the tops

Adrian Reynolds, Managing Partner of Duncan & Toplis, and Partner Ian Phillips (right), receive the award from Nick Boyes of sponsors Alexander Forbes EMN-140423-142501001

Adrian Reynolds, Managing Partner of Duncan & Toplis, and Partner Ian Phillips (right), receive the award from Nick Boyes of sponsors Alexander Forbes EMN-140423-142501001

Louth company Duncan & Toplis has been named Medium Accountancy Firm of the Year at the inaugural East Midlands Chartered Accountant of the Year Awards in Nottingham.

The awards celebrate the best achievements of local ICAEW (Institute Of Chartered Accountants In England and Wales) members and Duncan & Toplis won the award for the best practice with between six and 25 partners.

Adrian Reynolds, Managing Partner at Duncan & Toplis, which has offices in Chequergate, Louth, said: “We are honoured to be recognised by the institute as winners of this award.

“It acknowledges the continued success of the firm and the contribution we have made to the successes of our clients across the East Midlands.

“We very much work as a team and this award is a testament to the effort and skills of every member of the Duncan & Toplis team.

“We believe that chartered accountants have a vital role to play in not only helping their clients to grow and prosper but also in providing 
highly skilled jobs across the region.

“We are proud to have been recognised by the institute for our contribution in these areas. Duncan & Toplis 
is committed to playing 
its part in the continued success of the East Midlands region.”

Nick Edwards, President of the Nottingham, Derby 
and Lincoln Society of Chartered Accountants, added: “In judging these awards I have been struck by both the personal achievements of the young accountants coming into the profession and the contribution students and member firms have made to the local community and economy.”

 

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